Revisiting the Italy of the radical 1970s and its obsessions with class struggle, creative anarchy, and macrame ponchos, Radio Alice provides a fascinating glimpse of a time of protest. In a working-class district on the outskirts of Bologna, Sgualo and Pelo hang out at the local cafe, allergic to gainful employment. They don’t mind the occasional shady job for local hood Marangon, but they’re convinced there’s little future whichever way they turn.
This film is Italian WITHOUT English subtitles. To watch with English subtitles download "Cinepack" on the left and download the subtitle file (http://www.opensubtitles.com/en/subtitles/3088638/lavorare-con-lentezza-en), then play them together with VLC (http://www.videolan.org). If you have trouble getting them to play together, rename the subtitle file to be the same as the movie file (i.e. lavorareconlentezza.avi and lavorareconlentezza.srt).
May 19, 2013 Subject:
Bank robbers, anarchists, free love, and a tunnel
Two young men out of work are invited to dig a tunnel to rob a bank. While tunneling, they pass under a pirate radio station, begin to listen, and soon are caught up in an exciting world of girls, drugs, demonstrations, and free love. One of the best creative commons feature-length films I have ever seen.